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Is she eating? Corky a big beak. There is some orange juice in the fridge. Has she got? Dear diary, I'm at school and I I.: There's a kite in the sky! Choose and write.
Answer the questions. Don't look around you! I What is there under your bed? There's a 2 How many pens are there in your pencil case? Can you sing? Can he sing? Can she sing?
Can it sing? Can we sing? Can they sing? I can speak English. He can play the piano. We can sing. To make the negative we put after the verb and become one word, cannot. The short form is I. I cannot help you! I can't help you! To make a question with a yes or a no answer, we put Can at the beginning of the sentence before the subject personal pronoun, noun or proper name.
Can you stand on your head? Can your friend play football? The main verb is not usually repeated in short answers. No, she can't. Norshe can-t 5! To make a question using a question word or phrase, we put the question word or phrase first, then can, then the subject personal pronoun, noun or proper name.
What can you do? I can sing and I can act. How many hamburgers can Peter eat? He can eat three. To ask who can do something we put ho, then a , then the root form of the main verb. We do not repeat the main verb in short answers. Who can play the violin? Kikki can. Kikki can p! I Cats.. S A fish drink milk. Fish can't walk. I ikki. Can Peter climb treea'? Yea, he can. Cosmo and Suzie can. Peter can. Kikki and Stanley can. She can play the violin. He can run fast.
They can climb trees. They can act. We use the question form of can after question words and phrases How many ice-creams can he eat? How map. Interview with Mr Brenner, teacher of the month Leslie: Yes, 2 I can cook spaghetti! No, I 9 but Mrs. Brenner can. That's fantastic! Writing practice 7 Look at exercise 6 and write. Mr Brenner He is the science teacher in our school and he is 40 years old.
By leslie Banks Mr. Brenner is the teacher ofthe month. Thank you! There's some ice-cream in the fridge! Let's go and get it for you! Be careful.
Open the box. Don't talk. Don't drink this. Don't shout. Don't touch that. Let's play football. Let's watch Tv. Let's make a cake. It is always at the beginning of the sentence. Sit down! Open your book. Stand up slowly. To make the negative imperative we put 11 or , 't in front of the root form of the main verb. When we use 0 II or 00 t, we are forbidding someone to do something. Don't drink that! Don't talk! Do not forget. To suggest doing something, we use et followed by the root form of the main verb with no changes.
Let's go! Let's watch this TV programme. Objec p no Ii Object pronouns are usually different in form from subject pronouns. She subject is so beautiful. Look at her object! I subject can't carry this box. Can you help me object? We put object pronouns immediately after the verb, before any other parts of the sentence.
She can help them do their homework. They can't see us at the moment. Grammar practice Match and write. I Come at that boy.
I Open the window. S Buy the green jacket. S go near that tiger! It's dangerous! Open the window. Don't open the door! I Look at that man. S Open the box.
Look at him. I Peter is in the garden with Stanley. S Mr and Mrs Smith are in London with their son. What's that, Kikki? It's a radio. But I can't turn I.! Can you help 2? Don 't touch 3!
It's Aunt Agatha's! Oh, Peter 5 be silly! She can't see 6 She's in the garden. Come on! Don't 8 with that! Aunt Agatha: Is that my radio? Sorry, Aunt Agatha! Enjoy your meal! Kikki Hardy Writing practice 8 Write. Aunt Agatha add don 't let's beat put X2 slice wash one pineapple ,f two lemons ,f four apples ,f some sugar ,f ice ,f I. Your cocktail's ready! Oral practice Now you can do oral activity 6 Teacher's Resource File.
Form sentences with am, is, are. O Thi. I Is he doctor? These ictures are ve funn. I That dress is beautiful! I 2 a TV in your bedroom? I 4 many shops in this town. X 5 a cinema near your house.? I The table is among I between the sofa and the armchair. S My father is in I at work. I can't hear you. I This isn't funny! It's great! We're late.
S It's late quiet! Can he see them'?
I Stanley and Peter are at the cinema with Leslie. S Charlie is next to Mary. CG Total C8 Possessive case, 'whose? Cosmo is Stanley's cat, too. The cats' home is next door, but they're always in Peter and Kikki's garden! It's my father's. Whose shoes are these? They're Danny's. This is John's house.
In the singular, we put an apostrophe and s 's after the name Peter's or noun the cat'. Kikki is Peter's sister. That eat's tail is very long.
Charles's sister is beautiful. I To make the plural possessive of regular nouns we just add an apostophe ' to the plural noun or proper noun. My parents' room is next to my room. The Smiths' house is round the corner. Many irregular nouns do not end in - in the plural.
To make the plural possessive of these nouns, we add apostrophe s '. The children's toys are on the floor. When we talk about something that belongs to two or more named people, we put only after the last name. Tim and Sarah's house is near the park. X When something belongs not to a person but to another thing, we do not use s.
We usually use a phrase with of. The colour of that car is very strange. The-house-s-wall e When we want to know who one or more things belong to, we use 0 e ' or hose are? Whose car is this? It's Anne's. They're John's. Grammar practice Complete. Stanley 2 house is in the country. Peter 4 Where are bowls? Cosmo and Suzie 5 room is on the left. Becky and Doris 7 That isn't ball! That's my ball! Vassilis 8 party is next Saturday. Alexis I Is your house near Mr.
Smiths house? S Peter and Kikkis parents arent at home. Is our houee near Mr. Smith's house? I John 's a doctor. S Leslie's a reporter. I There's a cat on the.. The is open!
Apostrophe s '. Maria's computer possessive Maria's clever. Dear TeenLink, This is my favourite photo! We're on holiday in Crete, with our friend, Costas. That's Greek for Kikki! We are having a fantastic time!
Kikki Hardy Writing practice Find a. InThis is my favourite photo! Oral practice Now you can do oral activity 7 Teacher's Resource File. Your friend has got my book! I have got you have got he has got she has got it has got we have got you have got they have got I've got you've got he's got she's got it's got we've got you've got they've got Have you got?
Has he got? Has she got? Has it got? Have we got? Have they got?
IJ 1I we and th and h t with h she and. The short forms are , and ' We have got a house in Richmond Street. He has got two sisters.
We've got a house in Richmond Street. He's got two sisters. To make the negative, we put ot between and 0 to make or 1 n t. The short forms are haven't got and hasn't got. I have not got a computer. I haven't got a computer. She has not got a pet. She hasn't got a pet. To make a question, we put v I at the beginning of the sentence, then the subject personal pronoun, noun or proper name , and then Have you got my keys?
Has he got any brothers or sisters? In short answers we do not repeat t. Have you got a sister? Yes, I have. Yes I have got U VVe use h to talk about something that belongs to someone. She's got a new camera. He's got brown hair. It's got a long tail. It's got a blue door. They've all got a cold. She's got a toothache. I've got an exam tomorrow.
Grammar practice Write the short form. I My best friend has got two brothers. S My cat has got green eyes. S My cousin a pet parrot.
I 2 3 4 5 6 7 Stanley has got long hair. Cosmo and Suzie have got two legs. An elephant has got small ears. Cosmo has got a big nose. You've got four legs. A giraffe has got a short neck.
Kikki and Leslie have got short hair. I She's my best friend. She is m. I'm so happy! My brother and I have got new bikes! The red bike is mine. The blue bike is his.
What colour is yours? There is only one problem. He can't ride very well! Here's a photo! We always put a noun after possessive adjectives my y ur his. This is my brother. His name is Bob. Possessive pronouns I e I rr ers ur '. Possessive pronouns usually come at the end of sentences.
That ice cream is mine! It isn't yours! Grammar practice 6 Complete. I This is my brother.
I'm tired. I'm Alex. What's name? I These are my keys. This room. That bike. Those books. That house. This pencil. That car. That ice-cream isn't for you! It's Tim's. I0 Complete with have got, possessive adjectives or possessive pronouns. It's green and yellow. My brother, Peter, Peter Nicola I like They are green. Nicola and I are neighbours. Her house is next to Well, these are I I Please, tell me about Look at exercise 10and write a letter to Kikki.
Write about your friends and family. Look at these questions for help. How many friends have you got? Dear Kikki, I've got friends. What are their names? What are teir favourite sports? Oral practice Now you can do oral activity 8 Teacher's Resource File. There are some toys in that box.
There's some milk in the There aren't any toys in Are there any toys that box. There isn't any milk in Is there any milk in the fridge. We often use measured amounts with uncountable nouns, such as I of sugar or of cheese. There are some clouds in the sky.
We use n in questions and I in negative statements. We use 1 with both countable plural and uncountable nouns. Have you got any sweets? We haven't got any sweets. We haven't got any milk. Has she got a bike? They haven't got an old house. Grammar practice Put the nouns in the right column. I There's.. There's mouse under the sofa! Let's go to the cinema tonight! This is excellent story. It's delicious! Let's make pizza! Are they yours? There isn't salt in it! There aren't mistakes in your test!
It's for Suzie. We use any only in negative statements and questions. Is there any tea for me? There isn't any tea for me. There is some orange juice in the fridge. There's a cat on the roof. Is there.. There's someone here to see you. I've got something for you. We use the derivatives of an any od here in questions and negative statements. Is there anything in that box?
There isn't anything in that box. It's empty. In negative statements we can use instead of 1 There aren't any children in the park. There are no children in the park.
When we use with a noun, then the verb is positive, not negative. There should not be two negatives in the same sentence in English. There are no apples in that bowl. There isn't anyone in this room. There's no one in this room. I We haven't got any money for the tickets. I I'm hungry! Let's cook. It's a present for your birthday! I I've got Eeth! Open that box. It's empty! Please verify that you are not a robot.
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Thank you. Oh, no! Good boy! The flowers are in the vase. The parrot is on the chair. Corky is under the bed. The mouse is behind the sofa. Zoe is in front of Dave. The red book is next to the blue book. The kite is near a big tree.
Prepositions of place in on under behind in front of next to near 22 Look and circl the correct an were 5 Brian is in front of I next to Dave. Corky on the chair The girls in the classroom Dave is next to the window The books are under the desk The teacher in front of the blackboard Zoe nea r the door The children behind the tree 1. Where is? Where are? Look and complete. He's 5 Where is the big book? Where are the flowers? Grammar corner.. To ask where someone or something is, we begin the question with Where and then use is.
Where is Zoe? She's near the door. Where is the cat? It's under the bed. The short form of Where is is Where's. Where's Dave? He's next to the window. Where are the boys? They're behind the tree. They're in the vase. Remember, we put a question mark at the end of a question. Pr positions of plac Look, read and complete. Write the question. It's on the chair. They're behind the desk. She's behind the sofa.
It's in the bag. They're under the bed. It's in front of the TI. He's near the window. They're on the table. Put the words in the right order. There's a kite in the sky! There's a basket behind you! There's a bird in the tree! There are four ants on the grass. No, there are five sandwiches. There's a funny cloud L.. There are only two sandwiches! Affirmative Full form Short form Negative Full form Short form Question there is there are there's there is not there are not there isn't there aren't Is there?
Are there? With there are we use a plural noun. There is a chocolate cake in the basket. There are four sandwiches in the basket. There is no short form of There are. There's a tree behind you. There are three ants on my sandwich. Is there a cloud in the sky? Are there two chocolate cakes? The short forms are there isn't and there aren't. No, there is not. No, there isn't.
No, there are not. No, there aren't. S Is there a pizza? There is There are 1 There is b' drr i e tree S a funny cloud in the sky. Look, ask and answer. A B 1 Is there apple on the plate. Write the correct sentences. There are three T-shirts on the floor. Circle the correct answer. Zoe five? Dave tall?
Brian fat? I pretty? No, Yes, Yes, Score 7 3 Look, complete and answer. Score 10 30 II t o bicycle T. It's a frog. S good friends? I'm Zoe and this is my class video. This is my classroom. Where are my legs? It's a terrible video! And this is our teacher, Mrs Brown. This is my parrot, Corky. This is her bag. Those are their bikes. That is our parrot. My pencil case is pink. When something belongs to a woman or a girl, we use her.
When something belongs to an animal or a thing, we use Its. This is Mark. His schoolbag is blue. That is Helen. Her skirt is red. This is my fish. That's its head, not its tail. Po s ssiv adi dives Read, choose and write.
This is new school video. His Her 1 Her. S shoes are blue. T-shirt is yellow. My name is Brian. Is this his bike? No, Yes, No, Yes,.. That bag. This is birthday cake. My name is Bob. Possessive's, whose? Whose T-shirt This is Dave'sis this? This is our - Zoe's bicycle is green. Dave's bicycle is blue. Whose hat is this? Whose books are these? Whose is Whose are He r bicycle is green.
His bicycle is blue. It is Dave's. They are Brian's. Zoe's schoolbag Brian's book Dave's glasses. It's Peter's. To ask who two or more things belong to, we begin the question with Whose and use are. Whose bicycle is this? It's Zoe's. Whose shoes are these? They're Brian's. Posses ive 's, whose? Look, read and write. Read, choose and write. It's Ann's. They're Dave's. L this? It's Emma's. Nick 39 I've got for you!
But you haven't got three ice-creams! Question I have got you have got we have got you have got they have got I've got you've got we've got you've got they've got I have not got you have not got we have not got you have not got they have not got I haven't got you haven't got we haven't got you haven't got they haven't got Have I got? Have you got? Have we got? Have they got? At the end we put a question mark. Have you got a magic ball? Have they got a camera? The short form is haven't got.
I have not got a bicycle. I haven't got a bicycle. Have they got a pet? No, they haven't. Have got Look, read and write. No, we. Has got question, negative Are you ready? She has got a parrot. He has got a red schoolbag. It has got four legs. To make a question, we begin with Has, then we put the personal pronoun, he, she or it, and then got. Has he got a camera? Has it got a long tail? To make the negative, we put not between has and got: The short form is hasn't got.
He has not got a jacket. He hasn't got a jacket. She has not got green eyes. She hasn't got green eyes. In short answers we do not repeat got. Has he got a brother? No, he hasn't. Hay got Look, read and write. S She has got a pink dress. S blue shoes? Hav got Read, choose and write. His name is Corky. He a funny head. Parrots noses. They beaks. Corky a big beak.
Love, Zoe Complete. Yes, he has. No, it hasn't. Yes, she has. No, you haven't. Yes, they have. Imperatives Robbie, sit down, stand up! Don't go to the window. Come here! Say 'goodbye' Robbie! Yes, Look!